I am honored and very happy to host the talented and lovely Mary Morgan to Medieval Monday. A dear friend and fellow Rose, Mary is celebrating her tenth anniversary with The Wild Rose Press AND she’s celebrating the anniversary of the first book in her exciting series, the Order of the Dragon Knights. If you haven’t read that first book, Dragon Knight’s Sword, set your fingers flying to pick it up. It’s on sale for a limited time for only 99 cents.

Not only does she write like a dream, when you consider the number of books she’s published in this last decade, you’ll be convinced she also writes in her sleep! To tell us all about her first book and her first series, here’s the Amazing Mary Morgan.

Hello, Barbara! I’m delighted to be on your lovely blog to celebrate my 10-year anniversary with The Wild Rose Press! What an epic adventure it has been since I signed my first contract for Dragon Knight’s Sword (Order of the Dragon Knights, Book 1).

The Evolution of the Order of the Dragon Knights

The spark of inspiration and time-period for the Dragon Knights developed years ago. I’ve constantly had a fascination with medieval history, but I didn’t realize I would venture so far back in time with these stories.

Let me start from the beginning with a land that called out to me…

My love affair with Scotland and Ireland began decades ago. I blame it on my own bloodline—a yearning to return to the land of my ancestors. The land called out to me within the stories of Irish mythology and Scottish history. I’d close my eyes and imagine I was there.

When I finally took my first trip to Scotland twenty-three years ago, the birth of a series—the Dragon Knights—was born. While sitting on a boulder in the Highlands, I became mesmerized by the surrounding magic, and the mists of the land. However, on the second half of my trip I visited Ireland. As I wandered the soft rolling hills in various shades of green, the land spoke to my soul and urged me to place the Dragon Knights here, too. Though it would take several years before I decided to incorporate both countries (Scotland and Ireland) into the stories. A perfect solution to a problem I had been debating on for the Dragon Knights.

Obviously, there must be a castle in any medieval story, right? It doesn’t matter whether it’s real or one we’ve created either. I’ve always been drawn to Urquhart Castle and envisioned this as the home for my knights. It’s ancient, mystical, and where the Loch Ness Monster dwells within the loch. This site first appeared in historical records in the 6th century. Yet in researching the ownership of the castle, I eventually choose a time when there was a “gray” area of possession—the early 13th century. I finally had a chance to visit the ruins in 2017 and spent over four hours running my hands over the rough edges of stone, dirt, and the ground. I had returned home to where the stories began.

For a few brief moments during my time roaming the ancient ruins, I could hear the whispers of the Dragon Knights arguing, laughing, and questioning who’s next for an adventure. The knights are definitely not finished. In truth, they’re demanding more tales to be written.

Order of the Dragon Knights ~

They were an ancient order, descended from the great Tuatha Dé Danann, the Sidhe, or in simpler terms: the Fae. Half-human and half-fae, each knight blessed with mystical powers. Given to them were holy relics from the Fae and guardianship over their Dragons.

They were known as the Dragon Knights.

However, some believed the Order had too much power and they tried to possess it for themselves. They were evil and twisted, and their plan succeeded one fateful night. The brothers of the Clan MacKay—Dragon Knights, fought a battle. Blood spilled onto holy ground, bringing forth the wrath of the Fae. Their relics were taken, and the Order was banished—each name stricken from the hallowed halls of the Fae.

The Clan MacKay is no longer.

The Dragon Knights have scattered across the land.

Yet out of the darkness, they will each fight for redemption, and the women they love.

For a limited time, Dragon Knight’s Sword is on sale for 99¢ from Amazon. Grab your copy today or collect them all! Available at Amazon.. )

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Book Trailer for Dragon Knights:

About the Author:

Multi award-winning romance author, Mary Morgan resides in Northern California with her own knight in shining armor. However, during her travels to Scotland, England, and Ireland, she left a part of her soul in one of these countries and vows to return.

Mary’s passion for books started at an early age along with an overactive imagination. Inspired by her love for history and ancient Celtic and Norse mythology, her tales are filled with powerful warriors, brave women, magic, and romance. Now, the worlds she created in her mind are coming to life within her stories.

If you enjoy history, tortured heroes, and a wee bit of fantasy, then travel back in time within the pages of her books.

Connect with Mary here ~ Website/Blog:

And don’t forget to check out my fellow Medieval Monday Ladies to see in they have a treat in store today;


  1. What a wonderful showcase for Mary! Thank you, Barbara, for being such a gracious host. I love the story behind the stories and how a trip twenty-three years ago spawned this series of books. Congratulations to you, Mary! You’ve accomplished a lot!

    1. So happy you enjoyed my trip down memory lane and the spark for the Dragon Knights, Jan. It’s been an adventure. Thank you for visiting. xo

  2. Thank you so much for hosting my celebration of the Dragon Knights, Barb! Loved being on your beautiful blog! Hugs!

  3. Barbara Bettis

    Welcome, my friend. Congratulations on your decade of publishing, sweet lady. It’s a truly remarkable ten years with so many publications and awards to celebrate. My wish is for many, many more such celebrations. Hugs!

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